Dacumos is Friday darts tourney winner


After getting the boot in the Friday Night Dart Tournament two weeks ago, Burth Dacumos made sure he would win the whole thing as he defeated K.J. Villagomez in the finals last week held at the 6JMS Sports Bar in Garapan.

Dacumos went undefeated all the way to the final match against Villagomez, who dropped to the loser’s bracket after being beaten by Jeff Barit.

Dacumos defeated Aldebert Lizama to kick off his title bid and moved further to the finals with successive victories against Jayson John, Pam Ybanez, and Jose Orosco. He clinched the first finals berth after dispatching former champion Barit.

Villagomez, on the other hand, had to beat Jun Santos and Dan Mateo, respectively, to get another shot at Barit. The eventual runner-up then defeated Barit to earn the right of facing Dacumos in the finals.

Dacumos, however, won’t be denied of the title as he claimed the bragging rights and the $110 top purse. Villagomez settled for $70, while Baritwent home with $30.

Rusty Santos, Rey Cepeda, Peter Togawa, Rowel Alfaro, Leo Wania, Roy Tereyama, Raymund Naluz, Patrick Taitano, Raymond Naluz, Jesse Borja, Gilbert Gatmaitan, and Mike Dela Cruz were the other players that joined the one-night tournament.

Meanwhile, Saipan Electronic Darts Association is reminding all team captains to attend a meeting on July 22, Friday, at 8pm at the 6JMS Sports Bar beside Mobil Middle Road to discuss details of the the Bud Light Summer/Fall 2016 season which will open on Aug. 1.

The upcoming league has Jonny’s Bar, Sands Bar, VFW Post 3457, 6JMS Sports Bar, Oleai Beach Bar & Grill, 9eleven Restobar, Wild Bill’s Bar & Grill, Naked Fish, and The Warehouse as locations that are willing to sponsor teams.

For more information, call SEDA league secretary Warlee Ellama at 2334397 or 2855967.

Jon Perez | Reporter
Jon Perez began his writing career as a sports reporter in the Philippines where he has covered local and international events. He became a news writer when he joined media network ABS-CBN. He joined the weekly DAWN, University of the East’s student newspaper, while in college.

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